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In an upcoming episode of "The X-Files," Fox Mulder gets mixed up with some paranormal forces and somehow believes he's a rock 'n' roll god.It's apparently real life for David Duchovny. Duchovny ditches his day job chasing aliens on television to release his 12-track sophomore effort, "Every Third Thought," an album of pretty good rock songs marred by perhaps the worst vocal performances ever captured digitally.Duchovny has a horrifically thin voice, unable to modulate, unable to show any emotion, unable to hold a note.Credit to Duchovny for co-writing all the songs, which range from the Tom Petty-ish title romp to the brassy foot-stomper "Someone Else's Girl".Duchovny gets into even more serious trouble when he slows things down.
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